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Foglight for Exchange 6.0.0 - User Guide

Navigation basics Exploring the Foglight for Exchange dashboards Managing Exchange agents Reporting on your Exchange environment Foglight for Exchange views
Role views Exchange Server views Site views Cluster views Description of Embedded views
Agent State view Alarms view Auto Attendant Calls view Auto Attendant Directory Access view Auto Attendant General view Auto Attendant Transfers view Cached LDAP Searches/sec view CAS AB Load view CAS AB Service view CAS Control Panel Load view CAS Load view CAS OAB Download view CAS RPC Client Access view CAS RPC Client Access Load view CAS RPC HTTP view Client Access Features view Cluster Database Details view Cluster Storage Group Details view Cluster Summary and Resource Information view Cluster Summary view Clusters Listing view CPU view Disk view Domain Controllers view Edge Agent view Edge Transport Features view Exchange Roles Server Summary view Exchange Server Roles view (reference information) Exchange Servers in This Cluster view Exchange Servers view (Exchange Cluster Environment Summary) Exchange Servers view Host Monitor view Hub Transport Features view IP Address view Mailbox Features view Mailbox Store Assistant view Managed Availability Recovery Action Results view Memory view Network view Processes LDAP Read Time view Resource Utilization view Roles Listing view Roles Explorer view Role Features State view Roles Top 3 view Server Health view Server Listing view Servers in Site view Servers In This Site view Site By Category view Site Listing view Store Calendar Attendant view Store Client Search view Store Content Indexing view Store Database view Store Public Load view Store Resource Booking view Store RPC Client Throttling view Store Transport view Store User Load view Summary and Resource Information view Top 3 CPU Consumers view Top 3 Memory Consumers view Top 3 Network Consumers view Top 3 Storage Consumers view Total LDAP Read Time On All DCs view Total Long-Running LDAP Operations On All DCs view Transport Dumpster view Transport Edge Sync view Transport Extensibility Agent view Transport Load Store Drivers view Transport Queues view UM Availability view UM Call Answer General view UM Call Answer view UM Fax view UM General Current view UM General view UM Subscriber Access Calendar view UM Subscriber Access Directory view UM Subscriber Access General view UM Subscriber Access Message view Unified Messaging Features view Windows Services view
Foglight for Exchange rules Running diagnostic tests Managing Exchange metrics

Managing Foglight for Exchange rules

In addition to viewing the Foglight for Exchange rules, you can edit alarm thresholds, enable/disable rules, and filter rules Exchange version using the Exchange Rule Management dashboard.

For more detailed information on editing rules, see the Foglight Administration and Configuration Help.
Select the deactivated value or graph icon in the corresponding Fatal, Critical or Warning columns.
If you selected a deactivated value, on the Threshold dialog, select the Activate check box and if desired modify the threshold value displayed. Select Update.
If you selected a deactivated graph icon, on the Edit Rule view, select the Activate check box on the Conditions, Alarms & Actions tab. If necessary, edit the conditions, alarms, actions, schedules, behavior or rule variables as required. After activating and/or editing the condition, select Save All.
If you selected a rule or a graph icon, on the Edit Rule view, clear the Activate check box on the Conditions, Alarms & Actions tab. After deactivating the condition, select Save All.

Rules reference

Foglight allows you to create flexible rules that can be applied to complex, interrelated data from multiple sources within your distributed system. You can associate several different actions with a rule, configure a rule so that it does not fire repeatedly, and associate a rule with schedules to define when it should and should not be evaluated.

Different types of data can be used in rules, including registry variables, raw metrics, derived metrics, and topology object properties.

There are two types of rules in Foglight: simple rules and multiple-severity rules. A simple rule has a single condition, and can be in one of three states: Fire, Undefined, or Normal. A multiple-severity rule can have up to five severity levels: Undefined, Fatal, Critical, Warning, and Normal.

Rule conditions are regularly evaluated against monitoring data (metrics and topology object properties collected from your monitored environment and transformed into a standard format). Therefore, the state of the rule can change if the data changes. For example, if a set of monitoring data matches a simple rule’s condition, the rule enters the Fire state. If the next set does not match the condition, the rule exits the Fire state and enters the Normal state.

A rule condition is a type of expression that can be true or false. When it evaluates to true, the rule is said to fire, causing any actions that are associated with the rule or severity level to be performed. You can configure a rule to perform one or more actions upon entering or exiting each state. When a multiple-severity rule fires, an alarm also appears in Foglight.

Foglight for Exchange includes several Exchange monitoring rules. In addition, this cartridge uses some of the Host Monitoring rules.

For more information, see the Foglight Administration and Configuration Guide or online help.

Running diagnostic tests

Foglight for Exchange provides diagnostics tests to help you detect and analyze Exchange problems. Using the Diagnostic Tests dashboard, which is available in Foglight for Exchange, you can view a list of diagnostic tests that are available as well as run a test immediately or define a schedule for when a test is to be run.

This section describes the components of the Diagnostic Tests dashboard and explains the tasks that can be performed from this dashboard. It also provides a description of the diagnostic tests that are available in Foglight for Exchange to detect and analyze your Exchange environment.

Diagnostic Tests dashboard

The Diagnostic Tests dashboard allows you to run diagnostic tests against a selected server in your Active Directory® environment. It consists of the following components:

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